ICT-enabled Energy Efficiency Services in Buildings: ‘Guide for Replication’¶
with contributions from
Setting the Scene¶
Setting the Scene summarises how the reader can follow the Guide in “Phases” or from the viewpoint of individual “Stakeholders”. Short pages are provided for specific “Problems”. A brief summary of all services, phases and stakeholders is provided.
“Phases” provide process and technical details. Checklists and the roles of stakeholder interaction are introduced to ensure that all steps are successfully implemented. Already ongoing projects can pick the Guide at the current stage.
“Stakeholders” chapters reduce complexity of each step for the given view. A wider range of lessons learnt is provided. If the reader is the stakeholder, “your” chapter can be considered to be the Essential Guide. Other chapters can be used as an introduction for your partners and might provide you with the insight why misunderstandings arise due to different incentives, technical understanding etc.
“Problems” chapters limit the description to an imminent and clearly defined issue. As the context is clear, references to specific pilot solutions can be provided to cover various angles to this issue whilst being able to keep it short. In principle, the section is open to any stakeholder.
The Technical Documentation provides you with full detail and on the reference architecture consistent and traceable with IDs for any kind of building (requirements, UML , BPMN, WSDL) .
Legal Documentation provides you with detail on data protection legislation in Europe and selected member states. For the EU-28 it provides an overview on legal / regulatory and implementation status for for smart-metering.
The References chapter collects summaries from projects and pilots contributing to the Guide as well as contact details for follow up. For each pilot all resources covered and availability of portal and video is listed.